|President and Sister Fingerle, Elder Johnson (squeezing a sweater under his suit coat), and first companion, Elder Mehr|
Brother & Sister Johnson,
We are pleased to announce that your son Elder Glenn Wesley Johnson, is safely with us in the Berlin Mission. We have had the opportunity to get to know him, and he is ready and excited to be here. Sister Fingerle and I look forward to working with him and will do all that we can to help him serve a happy and successful mission. Elder Johnson’s first companion will be Elder Mehr, and they will work together in Oldenburg for the next several weeks. If you would like to send letters to your missionary, please send them to the mission office address:
Kirche Jesu Christi HLT
We have all discussed the mission goals and agreed that we will start right, work hard, and finish strong in order to fulfill our purpose to invite others to come unto Christ.
We, along with your son, appreciate the support which you give through your weekly letters and daily prayers in his behalf. Thank you for raising your son so that he can be part of this amazing work.
For a glimpse inside the mission, including occasional pictures of your missionary, you can check the blog we maintain at http://
germanyberlinmission2015-18. blogspot.com. The mission office and staff can be reached anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org. They will be glad to help you with any mission or missionary related questions. Should there be something of a private nature, please do not hesitate to conatact me directly with my personal email: FingerleCH@ldschurch. org.
I’ve included a picture of Elder Johnson, his companion, Elder Mehr,
May the Lord bless you in all that you do.
Christian H. Fingerle, President
Germany Berlin Mission
Germany Berlin Mission
|Beautiful Oldenburg, Germany|
|The Oldenburg Castle Garden|
|Typical Apartments in Oldenburg, Germany. Everyone rides a bike in Oldenburg!|
Oldenburg is home to 160,000 people and the economic hub of the Bremen - Oldenburg metropolitan region. It is a university city and was the German City of Science in 2009. A former princely residence, it looks back over a history spanning 1,200 years. Oldenburg is a lively city with a great deal of charm embedded in a beautiful, unspoiled natural landscape. It has more than a few surprises in store.